2013 WAS THE BEST YEAR YET FOR THE EUROJACKPOT LOTTERY
The EuroJackpot lottery has become really very successful since its establishment nearly two years ago. Introduced to the world lottery circuit in March 2012, the European lottery game was created in order to compete with the already well-established Europe-wide lottery game, the EuroMillions lottery.
The European lottery game extended its member countries from eight to 14 within its first year in existence and now after its second year on the European lottery market the Euro Jackpot has broken records and paid out impressive jackpot prizes. With hopes to expand the member countries in 2014, the EuroJackpot lottery is truly going from strength to strength.
Across 2013 the EuroJackpot reported many records, and therefore increased its prominence further in the European lottery world. 22 million winners across Europe shared EuroJackpot prize winnings of over €445 million throughout the year, while more than €200 million of that went in the top prize category to those winners who matched all of the five main EuroJackpot numbers and both of the
The highest ever EuroJackpot prize was paid out in 2013, as one winner in Germany won a record €46 million in April, which was not only the biggest EuroJackpot prize but also the largest lottery prize ever paid out in Germany. Similarly, in January 2013 a jackpot of €29.5 million was paid out to a Finnish winner, thus breaking the record for the largest lottery prize ever paid out in Finland. Creating a name for one of the best paying out lotteries in Europe, over 100 of the EuroJackpot wins in 2013 were of a higher value than €100,000.
The EuroJackpot draw takes place every Friday night in Helsinki, and with the jackpot currently standing at €17 million, you’d be a fool not to take part! Purchase your EuroJackpot tickes online at Lottery24.com.